Erica Cleveland MS, LPC
Erica Cleveland is a psychotherapist and the Founder of Mindful Transformations Counseling Center in Spring, Texas. Erica was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She started her journey after graduating from Sam Houston State University where she majored in Elementary Education. Although Erica thought that was her destiny, she did not know that was not her last stop. She pursued a Master’s Degree in Counseling from Prairie View A&M University and accepted a school counseling position. As the years went by, her passion to counsel continued to grow for all people. Erica began to work in private practice and was a part of the clinical team at Kingwood Pines Hospital. Working in a variety of counseling roles for the last 18 years has allowed Erica to effectively work with a wide range of groups, children, seniors, adolescents, teens,couples and families in anxiety, trauma, grief, depression, self-esteem and anger management. Erica is clinically licensed through the Licensed Professional Counselors Board in The State of Texas. Erica actively participates in panels, seminars and speaks to various groups and organizations. Not only does she enjoy educating and bringing awareness about mental health; she also speaks on the importance of self-love and maximizing your full potential in life. During Erica’s free time, she loves to spend time with her family by watching movies and playing board games.
“I love being a part of my client's transformation and growth and helping them achieve their fondest desires.”
Christine is a Licensed Professional Counselor with 5 years counseling experience working with adolescent, adults, and families. She has experience with a wide range of concerns including depression, anxiety, eating disorders, trauma and ADHD. She often combines skills from Cognitive Behavioral, dialectical behavioral therapy and Acceptance and Commitment therapy to help equip individuals with the tools they will need to live a more fulfilling and joy-filled life.
I am a Licensed Professional Counselor-Intern supervised by Robin Exum, M.Ed., LPC-S, LCDC, NCC. I hold a Master of Arts degree in Clinical Psychology from The University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley (UTRGV), as well as a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from UTRGV and a Associate of Arts degree in Psychology from South Texas College. I have experience providing individual and group counseling to children and adolescents, as well as individual, couples, and group counseling for adults. Previously, I worked as a clinical psychology intern in an acute inpatient psychiatric unit with children, adolescents, and adults, and as a behavior technician/therapist for children and adolescents diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). My counseling style, overall, is client-centered and holistic: I allow my clients room to form their own goals and focus on what is most important to them. I believe that most people already have the answers that they seek -- they just might need some guidance exploring and acknowledging those answers in a safe environment, as well as forming practical steps to achieve their goals.
Kietha is a Marriage and Family Therapist Associate, licensed through the American Association of Marriage and Family Therapy (AAMFT), supervised by Dr. Faline Christensen, PHD, LMFT. She graduated from the University of Houston-Downtown with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary Education. She has always had a dream of helping others. As a teacher she saw there was a need to not only help her students, but families as a whole. This started her on the path of obtaining a Master of Science in Psychology, specializing in Family, Couples, and Individual Psychotherapy from Our Lady of the Lake University-Houston. She has experience providing couple, individual, family, and group therapy in a variety of settings including in/outpatient, and private practice. She worked as a clinical therapist intern in an acute inpatient psychiatric hospital working with children, adolescents, and adults with high suicidal risk, behavioral disorders, substance abuse, and survivors of physical and/or emotional abuse.
Her client-centered approach integrates Family Systems Theory with the postmodern approaches of Solution Focused, Narrative, and Collaborative Language Systems Theory to help clients reconstruct understandings, meanings, and interpretations through therapeutic genuine inquiry of constructs of values and beliefs developed from past experiences and interactions.